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FOUNDATION WATERPROOFING PRO

DON'T RISK A JOB DONE HALFWAY.
HIRE LANDMARK

WE GO UNDER THE FOOTER, NEVER HALFWAY!

DON'T RISK A JOB DONE HALFWAY.
HIRE LANDMARK
UNDERPINNING REPAIR
Underpinning is the process of strengthening and stabilizing the foundation of an existing building or other structure. Underpinning is accomplished by extending the foundation in depth so it either rests on a stronger soil stratum or distributes its load across a greater area. The foundation of a home/ building is significant. All underpinning is completed following all building codes, city permits are acquired for the underpinning and all stages of the underpinning are inspected by city inspectors. Maximum General Contracting will provide you with all options when it comes to undertaking the task of underpinning your homes foundation. Underpinning effectively protects and insures the integrity of your homes foundation.
There are many reasons that you may need foundation underpinning, including; instability in the existing foundation, new use of the structure, nearby excavations, increase load capacity of foundation, and also some environmental factors like floods and earthquakes. If the current foundation of your building needs to be strengthened for anyone of the aforementioned reasons, or an unlisted reason, please let us know and we'll be more than happy to help with your foundation underpinning.
Underpinning of your home may be necessary for a variety of reasons:
• The original foundation is simply not strong or stable enough.
• The usage of the structure has changed.
• The properties of the soil supporting the foundation may have changed (possibly through subsidence) or were mis-characterized during design.
• The construction of nearby structures necessitates the excavation of soil supporting existing foundations.

FOUNDATION REPAIR
No modern, functional, and livable building can exist today without a foundation. A solid foundation is an unquestionable requirement of the safety and suitability of a structure, so when a foundation is not solid, a lot more than just the building is in jeopardy.
The Causes of Faulty Foundations
Foundations suffer serious structural damage due to a variety of soil-related problems, the most common of which is water. An excess of water from broken or leaking underground pipes, pooling water, or poor drainage erodes or expands the soil, while an absence of water from the transpiration of tree roots causes the soil to shrink. Other causes of foundational issues include improperly consolidated soil under the building or badly built foundations. All of these conditions are negative because they rarely influence the soil beneath a foundation in a uniform manner. Instead, they usually affect only one section of your foundation, and the fact that the affected area is small means that the resulting problems are big. Any minor foundational shifting can cause major structural damage and put the entire building at risk. When your building needs a solid foundation to survive, these threats of signification destruction are the last things you want to face.
The Signs of Faulty Foundations
Cracks in and around your house are clear indications of troubles with your foundation. If cracks have appeared in your walls, floors, drywall, bricks, siding, slabs, columns, or corners, you should schedule an inspection of your foundation from Landmark immediately. Other signs of foundational issues include:
• Doors, windows, and cabinets that are difficult to open and close
• Gaps around windows, doors, and garage doors
• Bowing or leaning foundation walls
• Stairways or chimneys cracking or pulling away from the foundation
• Sloping or sagging floors
• Puddles of water forming around your property


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